Soccer Alumni Day this Saturday, April 11th from 10-4 at the Soccer Field. It will be put on by the Women's Soccer Team.
POPLARVILLE --- The Pearl River Community College Soccer Camp for high school boys is set for June 25-27 (Thursday through Saturday) here on the PRCC campus.
Wildcat head coach Paul Martin, who guided his squad to a third straight MACJC-Region 23 championship this past fall, said an impressive staff of coaches from William Carey University and Spring Hill College, as well as other professionally licensed personnel, will be on hand to work with players to advance their basic ball skills.
POPLARVILLE --- Pearl River’s post-season softball aspirations took a downward slide here Monday.
POPLARVILLE --- The reigning MACJC-Region 23 women’s soccer champion Pearl River Lady Wildcats have signed University of Southern Mississippi transfer Lyndsey Lee for the 2015 season.
Lee, a midfielder who prepped at Our Lady Academy in Bay St. Louis, will be on the PRCC campus for the 2015 spring semester after playing her freshman season for head coach Mohammed El-Zare’s Lady Golden Eagles.
MELBOURNE, Fla. --- The MACJC-Region 23 champion Pearl River Lady Wildcats wrapped their 2014 soccer season here Saturday, falling to Eastern Florida State College 4-0.
The Lady Titans led 2-0 at the half off goals by Jamie Perriello and Abbie Camargo. Perriello scored first 7:44 into the playoff battle, while Camargo scored her first of three goals in the contest with 4:02 left before the intermission.
Camargo scored her two other goals at the 42:23 and 12:15 marks of the second half.
POPLARVILLE --- Pearl River’s women’s and men’s soccer squads face of with archrival Jones County for the third time this season when the two teams vie for semi-final victories in the MACJC-Region 23 Tournament at JCJC in Ellisville.
The Lady Wildcats, 10-4-1 overall, copped their semi-final berth with a 4-0 quarterfinal shutout over East Central Tuesday in Decatur, while the Wildcats, 9-4-1 overall, earned an automatic spot in the semis with its No. 1 finish in the South Division in the regular season.
LAFAYETTE, La. --- Pearl River Community College split with Ranger College (Tex.) in women’s and men’s NJCAA soccer action here Sunday with the Lady Wildcats taking a 3-0 shutout, while the Wildcat and Ranger squads battled to a 1-1 stalemate.
PRCC’s women improved to 6-2 overall, while its men are now 6-2-1. Ranger’s women dropped to 3-4, while its men are 4-2-2.
POPLARVILLE --- Pearl River Community College’s Lady Wildcats fell to Polk State (Fla.) 1-0 in overtime here Thursday, while the Wildcat squad traveled to MACJC non-division rival Hinds in Raymond the same afternoon and dropped at 1-0 decision off a second-half penalty kick.
In the women’s game, the two teams battled to a 0-0 stalemate during regulation play, but Polk State’s Elyse Fontecchio banged in the game-winning goal during the overtime period.
POPLARVILLE --- Pearl River Community College swept Meridian in women’s and men’s MACJC South Division soccer action here Tuesday with the Lady Wildcats taking a 4-1 victory over the Lady Eagles, while the Wildcats were 2-1 winners.
Chance Bourdene out of Northeast Lauderdale High banged in a goal with 7:10 left to snap a 1-1 stalemate in the men’s game to keep the Wildcats unbeaten at 5-0 in division play, while improving to 6-1 overall. PRCC’s women improved to 4-1 and 4-1. MCC’s women are not 4-5 and 3-2, while its men are 2-7 and 2-3.
POPLARVILLE --- Pearl River Community College took over first place in the men’s MACJC South Division soccer derby here Saturday when Chance Bourdene pounded in the game-winning goal in sudden death overtime to propel the home standing Wildcats to a 2-1 victory over Jones County.
PRCC’s women, on the other hand, fell to the visiting Lady Bobcats 2-0 for their first defeat of the year and handed the JCJC women sole possession of first place in the division.
WESSON --- Pearl River Community College remains undefeated in women’s and men’s MACJC South Division soccer action after shutting out rival Copiah-Lincoln’s squads here Wednesday.
The Lady Wildcats improved to 4-0 overall and 3-0 in division play with their lopsided 10-0 victory, while the Wildcats are now 4-1 and 3-0 after their 3-0 win over the home standing Wolfpack. CLCC’s women remain winless at 0-8 and 0-4, while its men are 1-7 and 0-4.